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Bonus question: if you'd rather have a warm beer over a cold one what the hell kind of Viking upbringing did you have? If you prefer warm beer you prolly think it's ok to put noodles in chilli or don't think cutting yer toenails is a necessary human activity.
 
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Bonus question: if you'd rather have a warm beer over a cold one what the hell kind of Viking upbringing did you have? If you prefer warm beer you prolly think it's ok to put noodles in chilli or don't think cutting yer toenails is a necessary human activity.
well sometimes i like i hand warm beer. But not in the summer
 

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it's kind of amazing how it goes from so great to so terrible
 

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The only things bitter I like are chocolate and garlic. Not sure what the attraction to beer is lol.
Sweet iced tea always feels like way too much effort to make (boo hot tea), but I'll sit there and spend the five minutes necessary to make myself a homemade sweet iced coffee, lol.
But of the beers I've been unfortunate enough to be made to try, I prefer cold I guess. :)
 

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@zielum: Do not write off all beer as bitter based on the kinds you have tried. Beer comes in hundreds of different styles that taste very different.

I am drinking a Fat Tire Ale (being in Colorado), not at all bitter and actually just a tad sweet.

As to original Q: warm beer is an abomination against the Beer Gods.

Also, as far as how to change your location, I favor hitching and buses.
 
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